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... it home without getting broken! Wish me luck! We came back to Andrews apartment for about an hour, before deciding we would go clubbing! Well of corse, gay clubs as Andrew doesn't know any good straight ones apparently! But it was all good fun, kind of weird seeing so many guys hooking up together in the same room though! Andrew introduced me to his friends as his daughter, their faces were priceless! One of them (gay of corse) said, "oh Andrew at least you ...
... to Disney World, you actually would be better off making your reservation beforehand online. Then when you get to the top you wait in another line, and on and on. Back in the day there was no town below the castle. Füssen is the closest one and it's a few kilometers away; but today the site has ballooned. Numerous restaurants, shops and hotels line the narrow street. It's just as fun to hang out down below and people watch rather than go up to the castle! After a few ...
... a rest. Mark and I took short naps and the boys did who-knows- what. Kurt and I checked out the public pool in the way back- we may go tomorrow. Karl and I again went to the market - he wanted to take a picnic dinner to the biergarten. He is his best self at the market! We also picked up breakfast. Got yogurt, salami, cheese, rolls, milk, Cereal, muffins, drinks, strawberries, and muesli. Karl asked for "drei baguettes bitte" but he keeps ...
... Munich has to offer in one afternoon. Of course we failed miserably! But had a nice time anyway stumbling onto magnificent buildings, unexpected plazas, busy markets and some kind of protest march (not sure what for, it was all in German). We visited the famous Hofbrauhaus, the state owned giant beer hall. Very impressive. Tonight, we passed up tickets to ...
Today we are off on a tram ride. From our apartment we took the U3 to Sendlinger Tor (aslo known as the Sendlinger Gate) saw another Christmas Market there. We will check it out on our return to the city as we need to make a bank stop.
Let's talk a bit about money. Germany was an early adopter of the Euro as the EU currency. Great Britain although in the EU did not give up their Pound . I first tour in German the currency was the West Germany Mark and it ...